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my action-adventure series

I-Marshal Stories

Book Three of
I-Marshal Stories

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 My lover slays demons, 
 and all I get
 is this lousy t-shirt! 
 - Faith's t-shirt 

Book Three of
I-Marshal Stories

In the end,
it's either you or the demon
that comes for you.

Angels, demons, lasers, secret technology,
demonic possession,
 microchips, fist fights, teleportation,
unholy resurrection, forbidden passion,
assassination, doomed missions, daredevil antics,
a battle for love against a hell-spawned horde.
Just everyday, on-the-job issues for a demon slayer.

Welcome to my
Paranormal/Sci-Fi Romantic Adventure

  I make demons scream. - Danny's coffee mug 


on the job...invisible.

What happens when a hit man
falls in love with you?
He starts killing for you.

What if
he's a demon slayer?

 When you see me 
 drop a demon, 
 you'll know
I'm only getting started. 
 - Danny's t-shirt 

     Daniel Tierney and his fellow I-Marshals take down the organizations producing the most dangerous substance in the Alliance. But reporter Faith Vedder turns up at the worst times, including Danny's near-assassination. He’s had enough of her interference and requires her source of information.

     Faith won’t tell him anything that compromises her Pulitzer-worthy story, not even under the magic of hot attraction. She doesn’t know she’s surrounded by fallen angels at war. Danny’s not finished making demands. She doesn’t understand until a giant, snorting, winged monster slobbers down her back, threatening to flay her.

     The gangbusters can’t delay in their mission to shut down gangs until Danny learns the new criminal kingpin of their world is a man who once held Faith’s heart. In the guise of a gangland executioner named Heretic, Danny will destroy him. Even if it destroys Faith.

Angels are watching.
Demons are plotting.
Faith is the key.

Gangbusters is a sequel to
my Paranormal/Sci-Fi Romantic Adventure series

I-Marshal Stories
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(The episodes of I-Marshal Stories do not need to be read in order.)

Luminous Nights
Book One of I-Marshal Stories
and a 2011 Golden Quill Nominee!
Beware Avenging Angels
(Find Luminous Nights here) 

Book Two of I-Marshal Stories

In the future,
the strongest witness against you
is you.

(Find Vigilant here)


Nights and Weekends Reviews
Reviewed by Margaret Marr

Filled with dangerous landscapes, criminals, angels, demons, and super-sexy undercover I-Marshals, Gangbusters will wrap you up in a world that you’re sure to get lost in for hours. Just when you think you can stop to draw a breath, something else will pop up, keeping you hanging by your fingernails on the edge of a deep chasm. A story doesn’t get much crazier than this, so dig in and enjoy.

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4 out of 5 Stars!
Scorching Book Reviews
Reviewed by Vicky

Gangbusters is an different take on a demon story that kept me up far too late to finish it!

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4 out of 5 Stars!
Reading the Paranormal
Reviewed by Kelly

I liked this book from the beginning. Sure, I had a few problems keeping the names straight (not uncommon with me when characters have nicknames that have nicknames) (also, when people can jump bodies. That just flummoxes me.) but I liked how dark and dangerous this world was. You never know who to trust or who's telling the truth or, when they are telling the truth, how much they're leaving out. It makes all their interactions so deliciously tense.

Danny was intriguing. Faith was almost too focused on getting her story (to the point where she was doing stupid things and risking her life). The two of them together certainly knew how to tear up the sheets. The other I-Marshals were fun, sexy, and full of awesome. The bad guys were bad in a way that made serial killers look like harmless kittens. Although (if I'm being completely honest), the good guys had their moments of darkness, too. Dark darkness. The type that leaves blood splatter and viscera in its wake.

Probably my biggest complaint (next to not being able to remember which nicknames belonged to which character -- which is entirely a me-thing), is that when I went to hunt down what order these books were in, I couldn't figure it out. This was more to satisfy my own curiosity, mind you, since this book does work without knowing the world. I like to read series I enjoy in order to get the full effect. I'm crazy like that.

Enjoyable, dark, dangerous, and full of blood and guts. And demons. And angels.

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